Ghost Adventures Crew Investigating The Conjuring House Saw Some 'Very Disturbing Things'
One of the main reasons that horror movie fans get a kick out of the story of The Conjuring is that the events detailed in the films are based upon stuff that actually happened, and happened in a real place.
That place is known as the Harrisville Farmhouse, which was once the home of the Perron family, who called Ed and Lorraine Warren - a pair of paranormal activity investigators - into their home to check out the supernatural stuff they'd seen going on.
Anyway, it's an actual place, and after being the subject of the films, a two-hour-long documentary is to be made by Ghost Adventures in the supposedly haunted house.
So, the Perron family initially started by seeing things move, items going walkabouts or missing altogether, and spotting ghostly apparitions around the house.
It then turned out that eight generations of another family had lived in the house. That is, until a remarkable number of them died in mysterious or suspicious circumstances.
Strange drownings, murders and suicides all around. Horror movie gold, basically.
That's before we get to the instances of alleged demonic possession, occultism and satanism that took place there.
It's a spooky f***ing house, in short.
Well, it turns out that it still is, too.
Speaking to TV Guide, one of the leaders of the Ghost Adventures team, spoke about the filming of the forthcoming documentary, which is out on - of course - October 31.
Zak Bagans said: "I was beyond excited. I mean this is an iconic investigation, but I was also a little bit nervous because when we got there s*** got real serious, real quick."
They also spoke to a family that recently moved into the house, and they seem pretty spooked, too.
Bagans continued: "When I spoke to the son, what he saw in that house - and they've only been in there for a month - but he even used the word 'traumatised'. It traumatised them.
"It caused him to leave the house for three weeks. And then I started matching that what they were seeing is the same exact materialisation that the Perrons were also seeing back in '73."
He added that the team had taken some time to get over the investigation since they left. They saw 'some very disturbing things' apparently.
He added: "It took me a few weeks to get over this, and that usually doesn't happen,
"That's very rare for me; at most it usually takes two or three days. One of my investigators, Aaron, wanted to end the investigation [prematurely] because he knew that we were very vulnerable to attachments and he was correct.
"So it was one investigation that that I will never ever forget. We witnessed some remarkable things, and we witnessed some very disturbing things."
If you want to witness these 'remarkable things' too, tune in to Really on Halloween this year and see what you make of it.
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